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Old 01-04-2017, 06:45 AM   #21
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Thanks man. I just picked one up! Have you ever used the Tipton or MTM gun cleaning vises?
I have the Tipton. It's been gathering dust in my garage for about two years.
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Old 01-04-2017, 12:57 PM   #22
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I have the Tipton. It's been gathering dust in my garage for about two years.
Wanna sell it cheap?
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Dang. That must have been a seriously dirty gun.

EDIT: or you might have a bent/worn-out extractor. Sometimes they won't grab the shell properly when you pump the slide.
It was the extractor.
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The Tipton vise is pretty decent.
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Wanna sell it cheap?
Not really, lol...you never know if/when I may need it.

Are you looking for one to just hold rifles when cleaning? Tipton offers a few different options. The Gun Butler is only around $25.
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Not really, lol...you never know if/when I may need it.



Are you looking for one to just hold rifles when cleaning? Tipton offers a few different options. The Gun Butler is only around $25.


Yeah.....that, or one that doubles as a shooting platform like the CTK Precision P3. Any thoughts on that?


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Yeah.....that, or one that doubles as a shooting platform like the CTK Precision P3. Any thoughts on that?


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I'm not familiar with the CTK Precision P3. I don't do any precision shooting, so I've never looked into a shooting rest. That sucker is pricey though when you factor in the option shooting rest!
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